The psychopathic grandson of Baron Frankenstein, calling himself Oliver Frank, has found an ideal position in sunny California as an assistant to chemist Carter Morton, and lives with him, his teenage daughter Trudy, and the gardener with whom he's secretly carrying on the family tradition. He's also been testing a drug on Trudy when he's not hitting on her, and otherwise behaving badly. Needing a brain (always the Frankenstein Achilles Heel), and when sexually spurned on a date with Trudy's... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Horror, Teenagers, Sci-Fi
I'm calling this the "extended version" because whether it's "uncut" or not is anybody's guess. The "neck rip" scene is intact. However, please note the picture quality is a bit washed out in some places but still watchable in my opinion. ( 4 reviews ) Topics: horror, transplants, feature films
Yet another upload of Zontar, but with one difference: this one doesn't have washed out colors that make everything and everyone a shade of pink or red. ( 3 reviews ) Topics: Larry Buchanan, Sci-Fi, B-movie
A mummified ape man is brought back to life and wreaks havok. This movie was shot in 1958 and is black and white. A later version of this film was released in color with a half hour of new scenes shot in 1972 added and titled "Curse Of Bigfoot". ( 4 reviews ) Topics: horror, scifi, feature films
One of Larry Buchanan's notorious "Azalea" pictures -- made-for-TV color remakes of American International Pictures black and white drive-in creature features, made for a fraction of the originals' budgets. Curse of the Swamp Creature is a rehash of 1957's Voodoo Woman. A mad scientist works in the middle of the swamp to create a monster that will serve his bidding. The actor playing the scientist is a ham of the highest order, and everyone else (including especially our hero, John... ( 3 reviews ) Topics: larry buchanan, azalea pictures, aip, american international pictures, remake, low budget, monster...
Beast from Haunted Cave is a 1959 horror/gangster/heist film directed by Monte Hellman and starring Michael Forest, Frank Wolff, Richard Sinatra, and Sheila Carroll. Filmed in South Dakota, it tells the story of bank robbers fleeing in the snow who run afoul of a beast that feeds on humans. ( 7 reviews ) Topics: horror, b movie, 50, fifties, ipod
Kroft, a legendary vampire, returns from sleep. Kroft attacks a couple in a graveyard, raping the woman. The child born feeds only on blood from his mother's breast. ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Horror, Seed of Terror, Movie Powder, avi, pdmovies
Victor Frankenstein (puzzlingly called "Count" Frankenstein here) discovers neanderthals living in a cave near his castle. When one of them is injured, Frankenstein revives him as his newest cut-n-paste creation, a giant fuzzy haired beast called "Goliath". He even has help from an servant named "Ygor" Meanwhile, Frankenstein's perverted dwarf assistant "Genz" has befriended an older, mute, cave dweller; a hairy wild-man named "Ook" and uses him... ( 6 reviews ) Topics: goliath, frankenstein, horror, sci-fi, dwarf, Ook, Ygor, Genz, neanderthal, caveman, castle, freaks
It's supposed to be cutting edge science: a diving bell that can descend the depths of the ocean. However, when a cable snaps, the crew fears that they may perish inside. After the crew leaves the bell to explore, they soon find a large network of caves and a survivor who has been there for over a decade. The survivor reveals the horrible truth: there is no way to get out of the caves. Or is there a way? You can find more information regarding this film on its IMDb page. ( 10 reviews ) Topics: underwater, cavern, 1950s
Matt Stevens (John Ashley) is the big man at high school. He sweats the students for protection money, acquires copies of tests for a fee, and has rigged the votes so he can beat Kelly (Lowell Brown) in the election for student president. Aside from his anointed acolytes, Matt is almost universally despised. His parents are obscenely rich and spend their time travelling in Europe rather than giving him the parental guidance he needs. Things begin to get ugly when some of the teens resist his... ( 5 reviews ) Topic: Drama
This story of mad scientists, voodoo, and zombies was made in 1964 but wasn't released until 1970 when it was put on a double bill with "I Drink Your Blood". ( 9 reviews ) Topics: horror, voodoo, zombies, feature films, pdmovies
From the IMDb: "The credits on the version of this movie which exists today are actually for the movie "Mad Doctor of Blood Island" and bear no relation to this film. This comes from when they were originally intended to be released as a double feature. "Contrary to popular belief, this film was not directed by Kenneth G. Crane, was not made in 1970, was not produced by Toei Company, and was not titled "The Double Garden". It was originally filmed in 1966 as... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Sci-Fi, Horror, B-Movie
This version of Zontar is based on this version. The color in the picture was nicer but the sound was very low. Picture is slightly better. Differences The soundtrack has been remastered with higher volume levels, parametric EQ to help with any high-end cracking, bass boost to the low end, and some de-noising and de-crackling. It's not perfect but it's much better. Combined with the enhanced color it makes for a more enjoyable cheesy film experience. The picture has been slightly enhanced but... ( 9 reviews ) Topics: Zontar, Larry Buchanan, Sci-Fi, B-movie
byCharles Burg, J. Edward Reynolds, Hugh Thomas Jr., and Edward D. Wood Jr.
From IMDb: "Can your heart stand the shocking facts about grave robbers from outer space?" That's the question on the lips of the narrator of this tale about flying saucers, zombies and cardboard tombstones. A pair of aliens, angered by the "stupid minds" of planet Earth, set up shop in a California cemetery. Their plan: to animate an army of the dead to march on the capitals of the world. (The fact that they have only managed to resurrect three zombies to date has not... ( 33 reviews ) Topics: Sci-Fi, Horror